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Overview of AWS Developer Tools - Part 1

The users can get the program to deliver safely with the help of the developers tool. It makes the outcome better by boosting the performance of developers and IT operations. Host code, build, test, and deploy our applications quickly and effectively with the help of the developer tools.

AWS Developer Tools

There are tools for the development of the Amazon Web Services.
The tool allows the user to control the source code of the program. It is easier for our team to get set up and be productive with the built in tools of the Amazon Web Services. We can use big data to identify issues and suggest solutions.

Introduction to AWS Developer Tools

1. Overview of AWS Developer Tools - Part 1
2. Overview of AWS Developer Tools - Part 2

Different AWS Developer Tools

Given beneath are the exclusive Tools:

  • Amazon Corretto
  • AWS Cloud9
  • AWS CloudShell
  • AWS CodeArtifact
  • AWS CodeBuild
  • AWS CodeCommit
  • AWS CodeDeploy
  • AWS CodePipeline
  • AWS CodeStar
  • AWS Fault Injection Simulator
  • AWS X-Ray

Amazon Corretto

Amazon Corretto is a production ready distribution of the Open Java Development Kit.

Amazon Corretto

Performance enhancements and security fixes are included in the long-term support. Corretto is licensed by Amazon as well as suited for the Java SE standard.

We can run Java applications on famous operating systems with Corretto.

AWS Cloud9

AWS Cloud9 is a cloud-based integrated development environment (IDE) that lets us write, run, and debug our code with just a browser.

AWS Cloud9

It has a code editor and a terminal. We don't want to deploy files or configuration our development machine because Cloud9 comes with fundamental tools for famous programming languages.

We can work on our projects from our office, home, or anywhere using an internet-connected machine since Cloud9 is cloud-based. It also provides a seamless experience for developing serverless applications, which allows us to easily define resources and switch between local and remote execution of serverless applications.

With Cloud9 we can quickly share our development environment with our team, which will allow us to pair program and track each other's inputs in real time.

AWS CloudShell

AWS CloudShell is easy to securely manage, explore, and interact with our resources.

AWS CloudShell

CloudShell is pre-authenticated. No local installation or configuration is required because common development and operations tools are pre-installed.

With CloudShell, we can run scripts with the command line interface, experiment with the service, or use a range of different tools to be productive. CloudShell can be used right from our browser.

AWS CodeArtifact

AWS CodeArtifact is easy to securely store, publish, and share software packages used in their software development process with the help of a managed artifact repository service.

AWS CodeArtifact

It can be configured to give developers access to the latest versions of the software.

It is easy to integrate into existing development workflows by using package managers and build tools.

AWS CodeBuild

AWS CodeBuild is a fully managed build service that compiles source code, runs tests, and produces software packages that are ready to deploy.

AWS CodeBuild

CodeBuild does not need to provision, manage, or scale our own build server. Our builds are not left waiting in a queue because it scales continuously and processes multiple builds concurrently. We can start quickly by using build environments.

Kindly refer the article for Overview of AWS Developer Tools - Part 2

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